Center for Human Development
Referrals mostly come from the Department of Developmental Services.
Meadows Homes provides residential support to seventy-nine adults with Intellectual Disabilities. Funding is provided through the Department of Developmental Disabilities of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Meadows Homes operates twenty-three separate homes located in ten different communities in the Greater Springfield area. Seventy-four individuals are provided with twenty-four hour support, four live independently with a minor amount of support and one lives with a family in their home. This last program model, Shared Living , is targeted for substantial expansion in the next few years.
For adults with intellectual disability. Homes are in attractive neighborhoods with private rooms for housemembers. They are enabled to live in a normal community setting while getting help with those things they cannot do for themselves. Must be employable or in a day program. Fees: House members pay part of room & board. Has contract with HUD . We provide support services to adults with developmental disabilties. We also arrange for and provide housing supports up to 24 hours a day to 7 hours a week, depending on assessed need.
Record last updated on 10/07/2023